Lunghwa Pagoda, a thousand-year old landmark for CNAC pilots


One of the places I visited in Shanghai in 2005 was Lunghwa Pagoda, an important landmark for the CNAC pilots as they approached Lunghwa Airport.

Lunghwa Pagoda, near Shanghai airport used by CNAC from 1929-August, 1937, and then again from late-1945 until 1949 (cnac.org)

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